Following a recent review of our branches we have taken the difficult decision to close this branch.
This branch will close on Saturday 13 July 2019. You can continue to visit the branch until this date.
Your accounts will continue to be serviced at our Bishop’s Stortford branch where our staff will be happy to help you.
You can of course continue to contact us via telephone, post and some of our accounts are accessible online.
If you would like to register for online access you can ask a member of staff or call our Contact Centre on 0800 072 1100. Please note that you will need to provide us with an email address and a mobile telephone number for each applicant.
For more information on our branch closures, please see our frequently asked questions.
Saffron Building Society: Sawbridgeworth branch
27 Bell Street, Sawbridgeworth, Hertfordshire CM21 9AR
Branch Contact01279 721027 email@example.com
Branch Opening Hours
We are closed from 1:00pm until 1:30pm Monday - Friday
|Monday||9:30 AM - 14:30 PM|
|Tuesday||9:30 AM - 14:30 PM|
|Wednesday||9:30 AM - 14:30 PM|
|Thursday||9:30 AM - 14:30 PM|
|Friday||9:30 AM - 14:30 PM|
- Level access
- Wheelchair access
Saffron Building Society's Sawbridgeworth branch is located in a historic building along bell street, car parking opposite the branch with a few shops and eating places. There is also a train station and buses.
Cristina Fonseca,Sawbridgeworth Branch Manager
Cristina joined the Society in 2003 as a Customer Services Assistant. Since then she has managed Royston, Bishop's Stortford and Sawbridgeworth branches. Cristina enjoys the interaction she has with the customers whilst also managing, coaching and developing a team.
I enjoy providing customers with a good experience when they come to see us.
Sawbridgeworth is a small town in Hertfordshire. Much of the town centre is a conservation area, with buildings dating from Tudor, Stuart and Georgian times. Great St. Mary’s church was built in the 13th century and includes a Tudor tower containing a clock bell and eight ringing bells.
The town's prosperity came from the local maltings, owned by George Fawbert and John Barnard. In 1839 the two men set up a charity to fund local education. The infant school they set up still exists today.